I have a squeezebox at home and have been looking into using something along the same lines at work, to save on CDs and make life a bit easier for the rehearsal staff (I work for a dance company). I haven't really had much chance to explore everything within the box yet, but I haven't found a few things yet, so I was wondering if it is possible to....
1) Set the box up so it pauses between tracks (commonly called auto pause)? This is a useful function for pieces with sound cues at track points.
2) Change the FF/REW so that instead of scanning it just scans at, say 4x, until the button is released? A bit like a CD player I guess.
3) Go to a specific time within a track? Most (if not all) CD players can't do this either, if it is possible to do this this would be a big bonus.
I'm going to take my current Squeezebox in to work and give a demo, to see if they can cope (most are total technophobes) and to see if it would suit their way of working, but I suspect these will be the things that will come up.
Also is there any ideas on rackmounting a squeezebox? It would be a wired only one (probably).
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Thread: Is it possible to....
2005-07-29, 04:49 #1
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Is it possible to....
2005-07-29, 11:10 #2
Originally Posted by empty
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2005-07-29, 12:19 #3
To answer your specific questions:
3) Maybe. There's a plugin which allows you to skip around in a track, but I don't think it allows you to enter specific times to jump to.